Job Overview


The National Guard is the oldest component of the Armed Forces of the United States.  Since the earliest American colonial days, citizens have joined together for collective defense.  We have a proud tradition of coming to the aid of our friends and neighbors in times of serious emergencies.  Join our National Guard team and serve your nation, your State and your community!

NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED:  This is an excepted position that requires membership in a compatible military assignment in the North Carolina Air National Guard.  Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform.  Acceptance of an excepted position constitutes concurrence with the requirements as a condition of employment.  Applicants must be current members of the North Carolina Air National Guard.

WHO CAN APPLY: The area of consideration for this position is STATEWIDE.  Applications will only be accepted from current military members of the North Carolina Air National Guard.

POSITION INFORMATION:  Full-time Excepted Service  (Permanent)


MD #: 0089038234


Interpret and administer laws and regulations regarding incentive pay and has approving authority to determine eligibility and entitlement to Aircrew Incentive Pay (ACIP), Career Enlisted Force Incentive Pay (CEFIP), and Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay (HDIP, (parachutist duty)). Develop validation processes to determine if assigned aircrew members meet incentive pay requirements; reconcile ARMS records by comparing against Finance and Maintenance Operations Control; and ensure incentive pay entitlements are processed and reviewed. Control, and monitor the resource and training requirements of assigned rated and non-rated aircrew. Receive direction and coordinate aircrew management changes, suspension/disqualification actions, and changes in Flying Status Codes (FSC). Research, validate, and interpret Air Force Instruction (AFI) Mission Design Series (MDS) specific medical and physiological requirements and flying and ground training requirements; create the ARMS training table. Manage Wing Flying Hour Program. Develop and provide information and reports to reflect training accomplishments, pending training requirements, cost for flying hours expended. Develop and execute procedures or checklists for in-processing, out-processing, auditing and self-inspection of flight record folders for all aviators. Authenticate and publishe aeronautical orders to start, suspend, disqualify or terminate aircrew member’s requirement to perform operational flying or jump duties and awards aeronautical ratings, aviation badges; and assigns the appropriate aircraft Mission Design Series. Develop database queries to assist in identification of suspense actions or actions requested by senior leadership. Determine the requirements to build Flight Evaluation, and Career Enlisted Aviator Aircrew Evaluation Board packages. Develop and maintain procedures with outside agencies to validate aircrew medical requirements are in compliance and accomplished in accordance with appropriate Air Force Instruction. Provide individual aircrew aviation service and historical data to requesting civilian and federal agencies for several purposes. Write and revise several independent local operating instructions. Coordinate matters with NGB, HQ MAJCOM, and service organizations staff personnel. Serve as a wing focal point for aviation service actions for up-channel reporting. Develop and implement unique applications using base-level computers to meet the specific needs of the unit. Design, develop, and modify reports using System Query Language (SQL), locally developed computer programs, or ad hoc queries. Analyze management report products to determine program adequacy and accuracy, negative trends, and initiates corrective actions. Perform the testing and evaluation of new ARMS patches, updates, or releases. Communicate with Air Force Major Command points of contact regarding ARMS updates to ensure ANG use of the ARMS program is compatible with the AF standards. Ensure that use of additional software products meet requirements for interfacing with Personnel, Finance, Medical, Maintenance, and Airfield Management as well as ARMS; are consistent with the management of the ARMS system; and cost effective for the intended use. Trouble shoot and recognize system related problems, their possible causes, and repair or request system repairs to the proper authority or DoD agencies. Establishes or modifies local operation procedures for providing data automation support. Maintain, control, and assign security levels to users to ensure security of the database. Ensure all Standard Systems Group modifications and changes are implemented into ARMS in compliance with the base-level ANG requirements. Coordinate with the ARMS Working Group (AWG) and communications personnel to keep the system in compliance with AF standards and requirements. Review governing directives, policies, instructions, manuals, system databases, file structures and outside sources. Perform Flight Services Specialist work within the Air Operations Division. Provide preflight briefings to military and civilian aircrews, review and input proposed flight plans, provide flight-following, as required, on all flights and brief Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS) as required prior to flight. Communicates with aircrew to provide information regarding; flight plans, clearances, advisories on local, en-route, and destination airfield conditions. Coordinates and schedules use of special military airspace. Coordinates and performs foreign object debris inspections on taxiing and parking areas. Activate secondary crash phone network for aircraft accidents, and in-flight/ground emergencies. Perform other duties as assigned.

PD: D1891000

Travel Required

  • Not Required

Relocation Authorized

  • No